deponti (deponti) wrote,

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Flay me alive....!

What happens when you whip butter (not cream)?

You get....


"Flay" as a verb is very much part of Indian officialese English. The opposition is always "flaying" the government for doing something wrong.

The only other time I have heard it said is when a neighbour of mine, who could not pronounce his "p"s but made them into "f"s, told me that his grandson had "fut on his fants and gone to flay."
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